Taiwan with the national army. When General Liu Shunyuan later became the commander of the Southern Regional Garrison Command in Tainan, there was a political war officer under his command, Major Yao, who served as a "puppet army". military". One of the tasks that Major Yao was assigned at the time was to assist the election of the mayoral candidate of Tainan, Zhang Litang, who is a member of the Chinese Kuomintang. Just from the post-war experience of General Liu Shunyuan, we can know that the former "puppet army" had various influences on the national army and the Kuomintang.
Why were there so many Chinese who telemarketing list became vassals of the Axis powers during World War II? Did they join the army of the pro-Japanese regime, voluntarily or by force? Do they, who call each other as allies with the Japanese army, have complex national identity issues like the Taiwanese Japanese soldiers? Most of the "former puppet troops" who stayed on the mainland became retired cadres or veterans of the Chinese People's Liberation Army. Manchukuo_Air_Force Photo Credit: Asahi Shimbun "Asahi History Photo ライブラリー Battle and Common People 1940-1949 2nd Volume.
public domain Some old Air Forces who came to Taiwan also served in the Manchukuo National Army Air Force during the war. Volunteer to join the "puppet army" Those who volunteered to join the "puppet army" in Guannai, or those who are willing to admit that they volunteered to join the "puppet army", are almost non-existent among the veterans I have come into contact with. On the other hand, Manchukuo, whose territory covers the three northeastern provinces and Jehol Province, is quite different, because Manchukuo, under the management of the Kwantung Army, came out as a brand-new country, not as a native Chinese pro-Japanese regime.